Keema Waterfield grew up chasing music with her twenty-year-old mother on the Alaskan folk festival circuit, two small siblings in tow. Summers, they traveled the Inside Passage by ferry and car, sharing the family tent with a guitar, cello, and fiddle. Winters, she yearned for a permanent place to land even as her mother, and the music, called her back to the road. Inside Passage follows the young family across rocky Southeast Alaskan shorelines, into marriages, out of town after town, and through the wild waters of the human heart. An unflinching mother-daughter love story that leaves you laughing, weeping, and wanting more.